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The Modern Family Law Company is a virtual law firm, specialising in children law, child arrangements disputes and family creation services such as surrogacy, adoption and assisted conception.  

What TMFLC Stands for

What do we stand for?

We stand for excellence.  For inclusivity and empowerment.  For every child, parent and family member having access to the best legal services available, from professionals who have personal experience of the law they practice. 

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Corporate Clients

In addition to the wide range of children law and family creation services that we offer to individuals and families, we also offer specialist bespoke advisory, consultancy, training and speaker services to the media, charities, action groups, universities, local authorities, fertility clinics, corporate bodies and many other organisations.  Media enquiries are directed to our designated email address.

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A trans man working for Amazon in New Jersey filed a law suit on 5 October 2002 alleging that after he told his employers he was pregnant he suffered harassment from other workers and was demoted. Amazon denies this. 


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In the Covid-19, post lockdown age that we are now living in, what is World Mental Health Day 2020?

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The Modern Family Law Company, a boutique family law firm specialising in all aspects of family law about children goes live on 12 October 2020

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Much like the delays faced by individuals trying to retain the family home, by way of a Mesher order. The strategies arising from court delays have seen the finely balanced dynamic equilibrium disturbed in matters relating to private school fees.  A follow up article to our recent comments in the Times (article by Catherine Baksi) 'Warring Parents Clog Up Divorce Courts'.


With the ongoing ‘tsunami’ of post COVID cases being sent to the Family Courts resulting in an ever-increasing delay in getting court time, how do applicants with time critical applications, deal with having to wait previously unknown lengths of time before getting in front of a judge?  



And what a year it has been!


We are starting a series of FAQ from clients that we feel go to the heart of modern family considerations and concerns. 

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